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Hola I'm Edward Cullen's TRUE Love. What's my real name? Well you can just call me Zsa Zsa.
I am a Twilight Fanatic and a hopeless romantic.
My Favorite Books are:
Looking for Alaska
Blood and Chocolate
The Silver Kiss
All the Harry Potter Books
The DaVinci Code
All of Sarah Dessen's Books
The list goes on forever
Anyways, after reading Looking for Alaska I'm now determined to find the "Great Perhaps". It's annoying how I crave it, but can never find it, at least now anyway. I'm a very interesting person once you get to know me, but someone who doesn't know me well would probably find me either average, or really weird. I LOVE reading and music and usually do both at the same time. I have a lot of feelings and tons of thoughts, though I don't usually show it. I like to think a lot, though sometimes its just irritating. But I like to find deeper meanings, and exlpore ideas, at least in my head. I crave excitement and freedom but lack the motivation and/or determination to reach my goal, an irritating obstacle I hope to overcome. There's tons more to say about me, but I'm not sure if you want to hear all of it, so I'll just stop here.
(By the way Looking for Alaska is a very powerful and moving book, its a great read, but as with all powerful and moving books there is sadness)
I'm a first time writer on fanfiction, so I welcome all critism, but if your just gonna diss me or something, that doesn't count as critism. I'd love to get more reviews, or if you just wanna send me a message go ahead. I hope all of you that read my story like it so far. I'll try to update sooner, I'm sorry that I don't but unlike some writers on fanfiction who post like every five seconds, I do have a life! Sorry for that, but it had to be said, no offense to all the writers who do post more often, I'm sure people like you more anyways. But I will try to post more chapters soon, and it will get more interesting I promise. Also I'm sorry that I always write so much in my A/N and here on my profile. No one has probably made it this far anyways, but I geuss I just love to write. Well I'm gonna stop now, before anyone else is most likely bored to death.
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